A new approach to 3D printing human organs

Topics:

Biological Sciences – Cells, The Body, Genetics

Chemical Sciences – Atoms

Additional: Careers, Technology, Engineering.

Concepts (South Australia):

Biological Sciences – Form and Function

Chemical Sciences – Properties of Matter, Change of Matter

Years: 8, 9, 10

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Adding blood vessels overcomes important limitations. This article could be used to discuss ground-breaking technology, in context, with students in year 8, 9, and 10 studying Biological or Chemical Sciences.

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